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26 June 1963
Produced by: Sgt Bill Bailey, Special Events Department of AFTV (United States Armed Forces Radio and Television Service).
Edited by: Sgt James Connelly.
Narrated by: A1C Al Baker.
United States Government Agencies Collection
Adenauer, Konrad (Konrad Hermann Josef), 1876-1967
Brandt, Willy, 1913-1992
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
Remarks on signing the Golden Book, Rudolph Wilde Platz, Berlin, 26 June 1963
Remarks in the Rudolph Wilde Platz, 26 June 1963
Trip to Europe: Germany, West Berlin: President Kennedy arrives at Tegel Airport
Trip to Europe: Germany, West Berlin, President Kennedy views the Brandenburg Gate at the Berlin Wall, 11:30AM
Trip to Europe: Germany, West Berlin: President Kennedy at Checkpoint Charlie, 12:05PM
Trip to Europe: Germany, West Berlin, President Kennedy addresses crowd at Rathaus Schöneberg, 12:50PM
Trip to Europe: Germany, West Berlin: President Kennedy in motorcade with Willie Brandt, Mayor of West Berlin and Konrad Adenauer, Chancellor of West Germany
Trip to Europe: Germany, West Berlin: President Kennedy addresses Free University, 3:30PM
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